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How a TV repairman made thousands freezing bodies for immortality with disastrous results

From thawing corpses with a hairdryer to leaking nitrogen-capsule coffins: How a TV repairman made thousands freezing bodies for immortality… with disastrous consequencesBob Nelson, a former TV repairman, disastrously attempted to freeze bodies He was fined $400,000 (about £1.5 million today) and left a ruined manThe Price Of Immortality, by Peter Ward documents his failure in ‘cryonics’ He stored four bodies including a seven-year-old girl in a coffin-load of dry ice which cost only £90 under Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery in Chatsworth, LA